Movement in Malaysia

We’re supposed to be a developing nation, as the leaders say.  It takes the entire nation to make it happen though

A movement, right here in Malaysia…

100,000 + Refugees exist in Malaysia.

They cannot attend public school.
They cannot get legal employment.
They have to live in fear.

Malaysia is one of a minority of countries that has not signed the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees.

So, they are treated like Illegal Immigrants

What are we waiting for?


Here’s a talk on TEDxTalks by a man who has passionately invested his time in Malaysia, also the leader of Everyone Has Hope project and Colinizing Photography

Author: Emily Lola Tan

I've been told that I'm tiny but tough, so I must have gotten SOME things right. On the inside, I feel like a mushy marshmellow who's a hopeless romantic and find corny cute. Writing "About Me" sections had evolved in the past x years of online profiles, currently, it sits at me still hungry for enlightening experiences and insightful traveling, particularly with human connections.

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